Hornsey

The parish of Hornsey contains other well known areas such as Crouch End, Muswell Hill and Highgate but the area that is referred to as Hornsey today is located to the North of London between Holloway and Turnpike Lane. There was a large house building program in the area in Edwardian times and most of those buildings remain today, interspersed with modern developments. Hornsey residents going out for a meal will tend to head into Crouch End which has a wide selection of restaurants.  

To the west of Hornsey, at the top of Priory Road, is the entrance to Victorian splendour of Alexandra Palace. As well as its architectural interest other attractions include an ice skating rink and a theatre. By far the oldest building in the area is the tower of the former Hornsey Parish Church of St. Mary’s. Hornsey has its own National Rail Station located on Tottenham Lane from where you can commute directly to Moorgate (or Kings Cross at Week-ends).

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